BYU Threatening June 26 – An individual reported receiving threatening phone calls from an individual living out of the area. Theft June 27 – An officer responded to a report of stolen wooden chairs from the area. OREM Theft Two women were cited after they were caught shoplifting from Al’s Sporting Goods. Theft A woman […]

An estimated 2,500 people rallied at Utah’s Capitol building on Saturday to protest Trump’s ‘zero tolerance’ immigration policy.

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney secured the Republican Senate nomination that could restart his political career, but many BYU students did not vote in the election on June 26. Romney swept the primary on June 26 against competitor Rep. Mike Kennedy with more than 70 percent of the vote. Romney won with as much as […]

New firework regulations will come into effect before the upcoming firework season. The use of fireworks has been reduced from seven to four days around the July 4 and July 24 holidays. Legal firework usage will begin two days prior to the holiday and will continue until the day following the holiday. Additionally, setting off […]